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Easily Run Google Drive Multiple Accounts on Same Computer---No Switching

This article can help you easily manage multiple Google Drive accounts on same computer.

Author Vera

Posted by @Vera

June 5, 2019 | 3 mins read

No more switching! You can use many Google Drive accounts simultaneously with the help of MultCloud.

Problem You May Encounter with Multiple Google Drive Accounts

It is trendy to use clouds to store data nowadays. Google Drive is a popular cloud service that not only provides users with 15 GB of free space but also has wonderful features like sharing, file viewing, encryption, etc.

However, Google Drive just allows one account to be connected to a single desktop device at a time. So, you may encounter such a problem if you have several Google Drive accounts on same computer---you may find it is annoying to manage them. On one hand, you have to repeatedly switch your accounts if you need to operate with different Google Drive accounts. On the other hand, you may find it is more troublesome when synchronizing or transferring Google Drive storage to another account because you need to download files from one account and upload them to another cloud.

As mentioned, Google Drive offers only 15 GB of free storage. To have more free cloud space to store work and personal files in different accounts or to backup files, people usually choose to register another Google Drive account. We can also notice a customer demand through the above cases that sometimes people need to transfer Google Drive storage to another account when they posses multiple Google Drive accounts and many users are trying to do it without efforts.

So, is there any simple way to use multiple Google Drive accounts at the same time without switching accounts? Fortunately, MultCloud can help you.

Run Google Drive Multiple Accounts on Same Computer via MultCloud

As a free third party tool, MultCloud performs well in managing multiple cloud services. You can rely on it to manage multiple Google Drive accounts. In the following part, you will see how it works.

Step 1. Sign up

To make use of MultCloud, you need to Create an account.


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Step 2. Add clouds

Add your Google Drive accounts to MultCloud one by one.


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Add Google Drive Accounts to MultCloud

Step 3. Manage Multiple Google Drive Accounts

Click on "Cloud Explorer" and you can see the clouds that you added in the interface. And you can directly operate with one of them without switching accounts.


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Use Google Drive Multiple Accounts on Same Computer

Note: You can also perform operations as below between multiple Google Drive accounts via MultCloud.

1. Cloud Transfer: If you want to transfer one Google Drive to another account, you can click on “Cloud Transfer” icon on the tab and select one Google Drive as the source and another one as the destination. After clicking on “Transfer Now”, you can achieve your goal.

2. Cloud Sync: If you need to sync two Google Drive accounts, you can click on “Cloud Sync” button to go to “Sync” page. Then set the source and the destination and you can quickly sync files between them.

3. Copy files from one cloud to another: If you want to backup a file to other Google Drive accounts, you can select the file and right click “Copy to” and select the target folders to copy to, then you can easily copy from one Google Drive to another.

Wrapping up

No more logging in and out! MultCloud can help you manage Google Drive multiple accounts on same computer in an easy way. Of course, if you have cloud accounts like Dropbox, OneDrive, Mega or other clouds that MultCloud supports, MultCloud will also bring you a marvelous experience in multiple clouds management, cloud transfer, cloud sync and so on.

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Multcloud Key Features

  • Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.

  • Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.

  • Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.